“Lesson To Learn From Cynthia Okereke,Clemson Cornell’s Kidnap And Release” – Ugezu J Ugezu
Nollywood filmmaker, Ugezu J. Ugezu has revealed some ‘sad’ lessons people should learn from the kidnap and release of the Nollywood actors.
Ugezu condemned some of his colleagues who posted the news of their colleagues, Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornell’s kidnap but refused to post, on their release. The actor said it’s cruce to note that sadly, people celebrate downfall than uplifting.
Remember that the Nigerian movie industry was relieved after the abductors of actors, Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel aka Agbogidi released them unhurt.
The National President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Emeka Rollas had announced their release by the abductors.
However, after the good news, lots of celebrities who had posted of their kidnap earlier, didn’t follow up by sharing the news of the release from the ‘lion’s den’, hence Ugezu’s post.
In his words:
“So many of the people who were posting the kidnap, have refused or failed to post the release.
It will tell you something about the heart of modern individuals. THEY CELEBRATE YOUR DOWNFALL MORE THAN THEY CELEBRATE YOUR UPLIFTING, SAD! Reflection from the Metaphysical Garden.
They saw the need of posting the BAD NEWS but they have not seen the need of posting the GOOD NEWS.
Onye Olu Ebube Ndewo
UGEZU J UGEZU WRITES
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